If you want to join a settlement in New World, you need to buy a house there. A settlement is the place where players live, own homes, craft, trade, join Faction Missions, and socialize. Let’s see if multiple players can share the same house.
Can players share houses in New World?
Players cannot share houses in New World. Each house belongs to a single player. While you can host a party of up to five players into your house, they can’t co-own it. All the items stored in the house are bound to your character.
In other words, you can ask your friends to pay you a visit to socialize or work together on common projects. But player housing is only for yourself.
Co-op and player interaction is really important in New World. That’s why many players expect Amazon Games to add various types of shared places to the game. Many said that company halls would come in handy.
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Quick New World housing guide
- You need to reach at least level 10 in the Territory to be able to acquire a Tier 1 house.
- You need to reach level 30 in order to buy a Tier 4 house.
- You get a 50 percent discount when you buy your first house.
- You can’t own more than three houses in New World.
- Settlements also serve as a respawn point.
- If you own a house in a Settlement, you’ll also get the Territory’s Lifestyle Buffs.
- You can use the Furnishing skill to craft various items to decorate your house with. These items give you various bonuses through the placement of Trophies.
- You can place up to five Trophies in your house.
- You can use the Furnishing skill to expand house storage.
What do you think about the housing system in New World? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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- Making Your Mark on Aeternum: Settlements and Governance, Amazon Games.